How Islam began in under ten minutes? Not a problem. The turbulent tale is told against the clock, with all the names, dates and events on a timeline. You can watch How Islam Began in Ten Minutes!
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How do we get from Jesus to the great big church – all the great big churches – we have today? Well, it’s a long and complicated story, involving emperors, crusaders, popes, castration and a lot of arguments. Here it all is in just ten minutes, so hold on tight. Watch Church History in Ten Minutes!
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Respect is a value found in family, society and culture and religions. Respect provides mind management, proper order in everyday relations with people, and is passed down through the generations. Respect makes relationships positive and enduring.
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Due closure of borders and application of Stage 3 Lockdown, Special Religious Instruction is not being provided in schools. Here, we bring you homeschooling resources for Orthodox, Sikh and Muslim faiths. We will add to this where more resources become available.
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The Covid-19 crisis in the community has resulted in states closing schools and directing students to engage in learning from home. In this wise, and in face of a second-round of lockdown to Stage 3 in Victoria, we bring you resources for Hindu SRE – Learning from home.
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The Covid-19 crisis in the community has resulted in states closing schools and directing students to engage in learning from home. In this wise, and in face of a second-round of lockdown to Stage 3 in Victoria, we bring you resources for Christian SRI – Learning from home.
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The Buddha Dharma Education Association (Sydney, NSW) and Buddhanet provide education resources online for students – at primary and secondary levels – to learn about the Buddha and Buddhism following a developed syllabus.
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The Jubilee Centre for Character and Virtues, based at the University of Birmingham conducted two surveys of Religious Education teachers about their faith and the impact of Religious Education on the character formation of students, as well as the faith (or non-faith) of the Religious Education teachers. What follows is reflections and excerpts from this report.
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The Jubilee Centre has published Religious Education Teachers and Character: Personal Beliefs and Professional Approaches. The aim of the research was to explore Religious Education (RE) teacher’s worldviews and their approaches to promoting pupils’ character growth in Religious Education.
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The Dialogue Australia Network will conduct its 2020 Conference at Melbourne Grammar School (Domain Intersection) on 27 – 29 March 2020. The focus of the conference will be the teaching of Ethics in schools and curriculum engagement.
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